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Whether or not Rayman Origins actually stands a chance in hell when it arrives in stores next month remains to be seen, but judging by what we’ve played so far, it certainly deserves to. It’s vibrant, fast and beautifully animated like few other games out there, 2D or otherwise. It’s also surprisingly fun, with inventive, cleverly designed levels that range from quick, easy romps to crushingly difficult speed runs. Most importantly, though, it has an “OK, just one more level” appeal that sucked us in and kept us playing for hours longer than we intended.
That may be too generous for a preview. We’ve only been able to play through about the first half of the game, after all, so it’s entirely possible that Origins turns to crap right after that. Possible, but unlikely...
They were there when Wii launched, stealing the show from Rayman in their first bizarre adventure, before receiving a significant upgrade in what was probably the best minigame compilation on a console renowned for its party games. And although Rayman’s name remains attached to the series, the real stars of the show are most definitely those mutant bunnies. With each new installment, they’re becoming highly recognisable
Having been entertained by the Raving Rabbids all year with their TV-themed teaser trailers, it's finally time to play their new game - Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party. We would like to point out, however, we do prefer the French title, "Lapins Cretins Show". C'est magnifique!
Last week we showed you six minigames from Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party, showing off the game's sense of humour and light-hearted digs at both TV culture and some well-known videogames. Not wanting to buck the trend, we've got some more to you today, with the last batch coming in an exclusive reveal next week. So what's on the box today?
Over the past two weeks we've shown you videos of Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party's treatment of TV staples, such as the B-movie, WWE or music shows like (the now sadly defunct) Top of the Pops. Today we bring you the final exclusive reveal of three more - including a send-up of Jackass! So let's see what's on the TV one last time